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Crystorama Named Finalist in 28th Annual Arts Award Competition

Crystorama Named Finalist in 28th Annual Arts Award Competition

WESTBURY, N.Y. — Decorative lighting source Crystorama Lighting has been named a finalist in the 28th annual ARTS Awards competition in the lighting fixtures category.

“We are truly honored to be nominated once again by such an esteemed group of our home industry peers,” said Brad Kleinberg, president of Crystorama Lighting, which won the prestigious 2015 ARTS Award for excellence in the lighting fixtures category. “The ART organization is such a wonderfully unique group. Not only can you network with prominent home furnishings industry professionals, but ART also recognizes and rewards the industry’s best of the best.”

“Building on the bedrock principles of our founder, we remain passionately committed to creating stunningly beautiful and functional lighting that enriches people’s lives,” said Ryan Ranzino, vice president of sales for Crystorama Lighting. “Through our original designs and collaborations with influential designers, such as Libby Langdon and now Brian Patrick Flynn, we’ve taken lighting to the next level, transforming it into the ‘jewelry of the home.'”

Developed by the Accessory Resource Team and produced by Dallas Market Center, the ARTS Awards competition is a premier international awards program dedicated to home industry excellence and achievement in retailing, manufacturing, design and representation. A year-long process of submission, review and judging, the Arts Awards competition culminates with a black-tie gala held each January during the Dallas Lightovation show.

The 28th annual ARTS Award presentation will be held Friday, January 20, 2017 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas. Award winners will be announced during the gala, which is attended by nearly 700 industry leaders. The winners — chosen by an expert panel of industry leaders from hundreds of submissions — are recognized for attributes such as customer service, craftsmanship, creativity and business excellence.

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